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Pol Chambost Ceramic Egg, France, 1970s
Rare and fabulous ceramic egg by famous French artist Pol Chambost (1906-1983), signed.
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Vintage 1970s French Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic

  • Pol Chambost Ceramic Egg, France, 1970s
  • Pol Chambost Ceramic Egg, France, 1970s
  • Pol Chambost Ceramic Egg, France, 1970s
  • Pol Chambost Ceramic Egg, France, 1970s
H 13 in. W 5.91 in. D 5.91 in.
Giant Hans Hedberg Ceramic Egg Boxes
13" and 10" ceramic egg sculptures with glazed surfaces that mimic actual eggs. Very pop meets organic modernism. The larger one is about the biggest egg box Hedberg made. Hans Hedbe...
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Vintage 1960s French Boxes

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Ceramic

French Midcentury Green and Black Ceramic Egg Shaped Bowl
A midcentury green and black ceramic egg shaped bowl, on three feet, France, circa 1950.
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg, Three Glazed Ceramic Egg Cups, "Easter" Series
Lisa Larson for Gustavsberg. Three glazed ceramic egg cups from the "Easter" series designed as hens. Dated 1982. Measures: 9.5 x 8 cm. In very good condition.  
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Vintage 1980s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic

Mexican Ceramic Egg Plates with Salt and Pepper Tray Majolica Technique
Ceramic four-plate set with modern egg design by Lorenzo Lorenzzo. Cart used for salt and pepper. Lorenzo's work alludes to his favorite meal, breakfast, creating a modern design...
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21st Century and Contemporary Mexican Modern Ceramics

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Ceramic, Clay, Pottery

Drejar Gruppen's Robin's Egg Blue Ceramic Bowl for Rörstrand
Stunning Swedish ceramic bowl from Rörstrand by artist Drejar Gruppen, circa 1972. Dark Robin's egg blue and chocolate are the dramatic colors on the inside while the outside is a s...
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Vintage 1970s Swedish Ceramics

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Ceramic

12 Ceramic Bijorn Wiinblad Rosenthal Red Egg Cups 1960's Never Used
A dozen wonderful Red Bijorn Winblad Rosenthal egg cups discovered recently in an attic. Never used and in excellent condition. These 1960s era egg cups are a set of two dozen that w...
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Vintage 1960s German Ceramics

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Ceramic

Contemporary 3 Medium Egg Plates Ceramic Clay Handmade Mexican
Ceramic three-plate set with modern egg design by Lorenzo Lorenzzo. Lorenzo's work alludes to his favourite meal, breakfast, creating a contemporary design for this plate collect...
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2010s Mexican Modern Tableware

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Majolica

12 Ceramic Yellow Bijorn Wiinblad Egg Cups from the 1960's Rosenthal
A dozen wonderful yellow Bijorn Winblad Rosenthal egg cups discovered recently in an attic. Never used and in excellent condition. These 1960s era egg cups are a set of two dozen tha...
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Vintage 1960s German Ceramics

Two Karlsruhe Majolica Egg Cup Bears by Walter Bosse
Two ceramic egg cups in the shape of cute little bears. Designed by Walter Bosse of Austria who was employed by Karlsruhe Majolika from 1953 onward. He contributed many designs to th...
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Vintage 1960s German Animal Sculptures

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Ceramic

Majolica Trompe L'oeil Napkin Egg Basket Box Sarreguemines
19th Century Majolica napkin Trompe l'oeil box or basket/tureen with an egg on the handle signed Sarreguemines.      
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Antique 1890s French Country Decorative Boxes

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Faience, Ceramic

Elegant Egg Form by Tim Orr, Porcelain and Bronze, circa 1970
Elegant egg forme by the artist Tim Orr. Porcelain with red ceramic glaze and piece of bronze. Perfect conditions and signed under the base. circa 1970.
Category

Vintage 1970s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Pair of 19th Century Chinese Porcelain Famille Verte Egg/Spinach Glazed Frogs
A pair (two frogs), antique 19th century porcelain famille vert egg and spinach glaze brush washer stylish with frogs each perched on a rock. Each frog was individually designed and ...
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Antique 19th Century Ceramics

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Ceramic

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